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On Friday, billionaire Elon Musk tweeted that engineers from two companies he founded — SpaceX and the Boring Company — were heading to Thailand to aid in the rescue efforts of a soccer team trapped in a flooded cave.

The 12 teen boys and their coach were found alive Monday in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system in Northern Thailand, but rescue efforts have been thwarted by the region’s monsoon season, and it could take months to retrieve the group.

The article goes on to state the following:

A Boring Co. spokesperson confirmed the trip in an emailed statement: “Some SpaceX and Boring Company engineers are on the way now and more are leaving for Thailand in the next 24 hours. We are in active conversations with the Thai government and people on the ground to determine how we can best assist their efforts.” The spokesperson did not specify the number of engineers headed to Thailand.

Local teams are attempting to drain water from the cave with a series of pipes snaking through the 6-mile-long complex. In a tweet, Musk said that the Boring Co., which is working to develop underground tunnel infrastructure to reduce traffic congestion, has “advanced ground penetrating radar & is pretty good at digging holes,” and suggested the company’s pumps and Tesla battery packs as a potential solution.

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